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This hotel is convenient to people who doesn't like to walk but loved to travel! Free shuttle to the ski resort is just across the street. Restaurants are just steps away from your hotel. Pool is heated and you get an amazing view of the snowy mountain. We are family of 2 and booked a 2 bedroom furnished ...
Good option for staying outside the park, good value. For a mountain lodge it delivers what it should. It was off season for us so I can’t attest to summer rush. The food was unexpectedly very good, staff friendly, and you can’t beat the view from the sequoia bldg or anywhere with a river view. Room ...
Hotel was comfortable with a great staff. I liked the voucher process of getting breakfast at a restaurant in the same parking lot. The hotel location off the main road was quiet but the rooms could use a bit more sound insulation. The usual firm beds which we appreciate. It looks like they are in ...
Stopped there on our way to Yosemite from Vegas and the place was very cozy. The host was super nice and treated us pancakes for breakfast. Would recommend for those doing the same road trip and need a stop in between the 2 places.
One of the most beautiful parts of the world, Yosemite National Park has a reputation for stunning scenery, breath-taking views and incredible outdoor adventures, and the villages and towns in and around Yosemite National Park have many of the inns and lodges well set up for visiting sport lovers. With fitness centres and swimming pools on site, your adventure sport hotel is the ideal base for winter skiing and snowboarding and for summer hiking, horse riding and rock climbing.
From sprawling luxury five-star lodges near the more popular ski resorts or alongside picturesque lakes to intimate three-star inns perched high up with far-reaching views across Yosemite Valley, you have a wider choice of places to stay for your adventure holiday in Yosemite.
In summer, explore Yosemite National Park’s many miles of hiking trails of varying lengths and difficulties. The most popular trail is the one leading to the breath-taking 1,430-foot Yosemite Falls, but take a more remote trail and you might have it almost to yourself, so pack a picnic. For some more high-energy adventure sports, why not rent a mountain bike and strike out on your own for a day or join a horse riding trek out into the wilderness. Rock climbers make a beeline for Yosemite, especially for the face known as El Capitan, which can take up to ten days to ascent. If you’re a less confident climber and those just wanting to give it a go, try Half Dome instead, or take some beginner climbing lessons.
In winter, you can explore many miles of cross-country skiing trails or take to Mammoth ski area, which has some brilliant downhill skiing and snowboarding. Many of Yosemite’s adventure sport hotels have spas and pools, which are perfect for slipping into to warm up after a day in the snow.
If you love the great outdoors then you’ll love Yosemite National Park and there are some great adventure sports to be enjoyed here, all very near your hotel.